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[PL] Problem tysiąca i jednej kontrolki

Liczba tysiąc była przez wieki dla wielu osób liczbą magiczną. Łacina oznaczała ją literą M (łac. Millenium). W roku 2000 wszyscy mieliśmy okazję doświadczyć tzw. pluskwy milenijnej lub problemu roku 2000, związanego z datowaniem. Otóż do roku 2000 w wielu systemach posługiwano...

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Localizing application in Zend Framework 2

Posted by Tomasz Kuter | Posted in Programming, Web development | Posted on 29-03-2013

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Today I would like to focus on translating application in Zend Framework 2.

Overview

By default, tutorial application has included Zend\I18n\Translator\Translator configuration in /module/Application/config/module.config.php as follow:

It has also attached translation files in gettext format under the /module/Application/language directory.

There is over a dozen files like en_US.mo and en_US.po. You can edit .PO files (gettext source) with Poedit – a free, open source and cross-platform gettext catalog editor.

.MO file is automatically created (compiled), when you save the .PO file.

Program has very intuitive interface and looks like that:

Poedit - main window

Poedit – main window

There was missing Polish translation, so I created it on my own.

Writing DQL statements

Posted by Tomasz Kuter | Posted in Programming, Web development | Posted on 21-03-2013

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Today I would like to focus on something, what Doctrine 1.x users know, but it looks a little bit different – Doctrine Query Language (DQL) statements.

In the last tutorial we had had working Album Controller, which was using Doctrine Entity Manager, to get the Album data. Now we will focus on something more advanced – writing SQL alike statements to get some data from the album’s table.

So lets begin…